R. Kevin Jackson
R. Kevin Jackson is the Founder/President and Chief Executive Officer of EnviroVac Holdings, LLC., the southeast’s premier provider of industrial cleaning and environmental services. Jackson formed EnviroVac in May, 1999. His leadership and passion have become benchmarks for his tenure at the helm of the company.
Jackson, along with his team of leaders, is focused on continuing EnviroVac’s innovations and leadership capabilities across the company’s eight regional offices. EnviroVac’s goal is to provide reliable, safe, and professional services to its clients. Jackson’s belief for EnviroVac is the People-First Philosophy. Part of this philosophy is the People-Service-Profit concept, expounding that if employees are well taken care of and thrive in their work environments, they will deliver outstanding service to customers, which in turn yields in increased profit for EnviroVac. Jackson is a strong believer in showing appreciation and recognition for good work and extra effort. EnviroVac hands out various awards to employees who promote safe work practices and allows managers to award bonuses to employees when they have performed beyond what is expected. This practice is proving successful as EnviroVac has received the Safety Excellence Award from Liberty Mutual. This award is achieved by only 1% of industrial construction operations who receive ZERO RECORDABLES AND ZERO CLAIMS. This is truly an outstanding accomplishment!
Jackson graduated from the University of Georgia and was a member of the 1980 National Championship Football Team, 1982 and 1983 Southeastern Conference Championship Teams and voted co-captain of the 1983 team. He received the prestigious Wallace Butts Award, the highest honor awarded to an athlete at the University. In 1984, Jackson was a graduate assistant coach under Vince Dooley’s Cotton Bowl Championship Team.
In addition to his responsibilities at EnviroVac, Jackson is a leader in the business and civic arenas. He received the Honorable appointment to the Georgia Board of Economic Development by Governor Nathan Deal. He currently serves on the Re-election Steering Committee for Senator Saxby Chambliss. He is Chairman for U.S. Congressman Jack Kingston’s Capitol Cabinet and is a member of the G-Club Letterman Club and Grid Iron Society. He is a Voting Board Member of the Savannah Economic Development Authority National Sales Team.
Jackson also served for five years as Chairman of the board of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, where he is instrumental in the implementation of the One Way to Play Program for the athletes of 28 high schools across the east coast, denouncing the use of alcohol and drugs.
He is the community coach for Savannah Christian High School.
Jackson is a proud supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project and participated in the 2011 30-mile bike ride. This project helps Wounded Warriors restore their physical and emotional wellbeing. EnviroVac hosts a BBQ picnic every 4th of July at Fort Stewart to honor the troops and their families for their service and dedication.